Lead-validation service provider Accudata Technologies (Booth 222) announced a new service, Enhanced Name and Address Service (ENAS), which takes a 10-digit phone number and processes it through data sources to deliver the mail-able name and address.
ENAS queries average less than 9 cents each and can deliver as high as 90 percent of the names and addresses associated with a 10-digit phone numbers, according to Accudata. By updating the majority of its databases every 24 hours, Accudata helps ensure fresh information is available whenever a query is made.
According to the company, ENAS taps into more sources than standard name and address services and enables any user to verify and gather information to fit personal, business or marketing needs. In addition, ENAS provides a money-back guarantee to its clients on returned mail due to inaccurate mailing addresses a first in the lead-validation service industry, the company said.
ENAS provides the customers with an affordable service that is extremely accurate, and to show our confidence in the outcome, we stamped it with our personal guarantee, said Accudata CEO Gregory Smith. We continue to strive for accuracy and proficiency in the field of validation, and looking toward the future, our clients can expect us to remain on the industrys cutting edge.
Accudata Technologies www.accudatatech.com
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June 12 2019 @ 21:58:18 UTC